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  • México is better: Ferrari

    Mexico City.- The Minister of the Economy, Bruno Ferrari, said that some people find it wrong to say that Mexico is better now, but data and reality are proof of this “no matter what they say”. He said that those who assure that Mexico’s economy is in its worst conditions in 80 years are not only denying the truth. “Not only do they lie, they refuse to accept evidence seen elsewhere in the world on the country’s strength in economy, exports, trade and finances”. “This visit by businessmen from the European Union to make business in Mexico leaves it perfectly clear that Mexico is nowadays better, in spite of what some people say”, he pointed-out. Antonio Tajani, Vice-president and Commissionaire, Business and Industry for the European Commission, said that Europe finds in Mexico juridical certainty for investments. He added that Mexico is a country where there is real economy, with an industrial sector that will work jointly with them.
    Source: Notimex | Date: 16/05/2012